April 2016

Law enforcement is currently in the midst of a complex and changing landscape that demands strong, ethical, and courageous leadership. Police leaders are called upon to provide both management and leadership, build trust in the community and the agency, model ethical behavior on and off the job, develop upcoming leaders, and guide internal change—among numerous other responsibilities. This issue explores and unpacks these roles and issues to help law enforcement leaders of all levels best serve their agencies, officers, and communities.